The instructors who deliver programs through Roam Consulting bring core specialities as well as study, training and certification in a variety of equine experiential learning (EEL) disciplines.
Beth has worked with teens and children in in-patient residential treatment settings as well as teens in alternative school placements and children in foster care. This includes both individual and group therapy and equine assisted learning. She has facilitated groups with eating disordered youth and individual sessions with young adults in residential treatment preparing for transition to independent living. In addition, she ran an ongoing group for older teens and young adults with substance abuse disorders. She has facilitated corporate programs and programs for college students in teambuilding and leadership skills as well as programs designed to help train physicians in better communication skills and more effective nonverbal communication with patients. www.silverliningeqf.com
As the Inquiry Director of the Flow Project Doug directs and coordinates data collection, analysis, and processing in the area of art infused leadership, www.theflowproject.org. In addition to performing as a storyteller and musician, Doug presents his work and the work of the Flow Project for organizations such as the Compassion Action Network, The Association of Transpersonal Psychology, Organizations Systems Renewal at Seattle University, the Kinship Conservation Fellows and the International Leadership Association. In addition to regional work Doug works internationally with the NuWa International Peace Delegation, the Reflections of Generosity. The work of the Flow Project is expanding to Nepal, Argentina, and Columbia. www.dougbannerstoryteller.com